At QTS, we are committed to a carrier-neutral approach within our data centers. As global networks continue expanding and becoming more competitive, carrier-neutral connectivity is becoming an increasingly important factor in choosing a data center provider.
At QTS, we’re enhancing our connectivity portfolio and strategy to stay ahead of the curve while making sure our services meet the needs of our globally-connected customers. Learn more in this blog from QTS Senior Product Manager Justin Le Lacheur.
Your network connects your business with crucial partners, stakeholders and customers. As you move more of your operations, CRM and communication into the digital realm, you also increase your risk. Every piece of data that moves across your network has a value associated with it and cybercriminals are working around-the-clock to find weaknesses in your connectivity solution. See these four ways to assess your network security.
In our increasingly digital world, connectivity is at the heart of how we interact with each other in commercial, professional and personal settings. At QTS we’ve designed a robust portfolio of connectivity solutions, each designed to meet a distinct set of need.
We are excited to announce the launch of AWS Direct Connect at QTS Chicago. By deploying an AWS Direct Connect node in Chicago, Amazon has placed an on-ramp to the public cloud platform right inside our Chicago data center.
Businesses in Chicago now have a solution to their data needs—QTS’ new mega data center which is primed to offer high connectivity and low latency, as well as managed services.
Connecting to the outside world is a must-have capability for today’s successful businesses, whether you’re using hybrid cloud, DR/DRaaS, data replication, data migration or other applications.
No matter how big or small your business is, it likely relies on moving a lot of data across its network. Because of this, it’s important that your data center provider offers an array of connectivity options to suit your business’ changing needs.
Nearly 75% of businesses use more than one type of cloud solution to augment their IT services, whether it be public, private or hybrid cloud. Of those, 40% to 50% use more than one of the same type of cloud.